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File:William Lloyd Garrison.jpg|thumb|William Lloyd Garrison, 1833, Oil on wood by Nathaniel Jocelyn. File:Remember Your Weekly Pledge Massachusetts Anti-Slavey Society collection box.jpg|thumb|right|250px|''Remember Your Weekly Pledge'', collection box for Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. Set aside in the home, the box was designed to remind members to make their weekly contribution. Circa 1850 The '''Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society''' headquartered in Boston was organized as an auxiliary of the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1835. Its roots were in the New England Anti-Slavery Society, organized by William Lloyd Garrison, editor of ''The Liberator (newspaper)|The Liberator,'' in 1831.
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Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society
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Abolitionists
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Antislavery movements
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Slavery -- United States Periodicals
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Slavery -- United States
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Phelps, Amos A. (Amos Augustus), 1805-1847
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American Libraries
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Boston Public Library
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Boston Public Library Anti-Slavery Collection
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James Birney Collection of Anti-Slavery Pamphlets
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The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries
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Oberlin College Library Anti-Slavery Collection
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massachusetts anti-slavery society
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massachusetts anti-slavery society. board of managers
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massachusetts anti-slavery society. [from old catalog]
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phelps, amos a. (amos augustus), 1805-1847
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american anti-slavery society
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garrison, william lloyd, 1805-1879
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